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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LttJibrldge Daily Thursday, February PageS A Good Buy Warehouse Site, for actual use or for speculation One Lot on Smith Street, Halt cash balance in 6 and 12 months W. R. DOBBIN 310 Giyn Street HEN PECKED HUSBANDS ORGANIZE A CLUE Twenty-two Married, but Deserted Men of Alton, III., Seek. Surceaie From Sorrow Alton, 111., Feb. 14. Twenty-two vouug married men in Alton whose wives have deserted them have organ- ized the Hen Pecked Club to while away the weary hours, which would otherwise be wasted in sorrow over the loss of their marital partners. They are building a large gasoline boat with cabin to launch in spring, in which they will ride away their cares in their spare moments. All single men are barred, and mar- ried men whose wives are living with them are barred. A fine of is as- sessed for flirting, and upward for being engaged a second time, and Provincial Briefs It is now defrnitely announced that the Bank ol Commerce will build on the vacant lot adjoining the St. George Hotel. Work will be com- meaccd early in the River Times, of the club' by getting married again are dropped from the rolls, and must banquet the rest at their own expense. 3 good warehouse lots, Smith Street. Have 4 acre lots within the mile radius ranging from i to J2.500. Five corner lots Duff Addition, each. 5 .fully modern houses all in desirable locality. cash balance terms to suft. MCGREGOR DICKSON 4 BEGIN BLOCK MUM M MM The annual meeting of the Strath- cona Liberal Association will beheld in the Baalin Block on the evening of Feb. 17th, commencing at eight o'clock.. 4.4 Two Spur Track easy terms. 13 lots corner Ernest Charles Street; on easy terms. Im- proved 160 acre farm close in, ?2G per acre, good terms. 4- GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. I Open from 7-9 evenings T Young Bernard Emblin of this city was this week sentenced by Judge Taylor, to three years in the provincial penitentiary on a charge of forgery in the Capital. Several charged were proved against Emblim, and the fact that he was already un- der suspended sentence from last year on another charge prevented the judge from dealing leniently with him in this Plaindeal- er. More Money For Young W.C.T.U. Since the lajt list of contributions given in the Herald, the following con- tributions have been taken for the Young Women's Home: W. Heslop ....................I 5.00 N. N......... C. Matchett..................'10.00 A. E. Easton 10.00 L. Keel 2.50 Kochon Bros. 15.00 M. S. McArthur............... 5.00 The Good Company ..........10.00 G. Kerr 5.00 ARDUOUS TRIP OVER YELLOW- HEAD SUMMIT 4-4 III I M 4 M t t t M Schweitzer 2.00 Phone 1425 Office Room Block Box 1892 t T 4 T fjf' 640 acres two miles from Wilson" Siding for sale at a bargain. x THE ALBERTA REALTY Killam, Feb. Loftus, the man who owned the town one day this week and showed a loaded revol- ver as his title deed, came in and gave himself up yesterday and paid his fine. He surrendered to the mounted police from Hardisty, and was arraigned before Justices of the Peace McDonald of Sedge wick and Rattray of Killam last night. He pleaded guilty to the charges against him of being drunk, and also of car- J. G.'Robertson Co............ 10.00 The McKcown Company 15.00 A: Tiiley....................10.00 H. J. H. Skeith..............10.00 Hayr Bros......... 10.00 L. L. Asquith................ 5.00 D. J. Whitney................10.00 F. E. Mason Land Co.........20.00 Dr. A. Taylor 5.60 H. A. J. Macdougal........... 5.00 Bruce Beagle 5.00 J. W. Turpin .................10.00 Lethbridge Jewelry Co........10.00 W. R, Dobbin................ 5.00 A. E. Humphries .............10.00 J. Drops .___... 2.00 C C. Pagnuelo............... 2.00 A. C. -Fife 2.00 C. C. Farris 2.00 Edwards............... 1.00 Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 254 rying and using firearms to the- ,pub- lie" He was and Fleetwood-.............. bound over to keep the peace for a' period of one A report from Perry Creek is the effect that a three foot ledge silver-lead ore had been struck. B. S. R Jones 2.00 Syd Russel! 2.00 Arthur Reid r..............lO.OO A Friend_______............ 1.00 Gibbon Transfer Co.'........'.-. i.o Friend................... i'.Q( B. Durant, who has been engaged injM- putman developing a gold quartz proposition, McLeod s'o 1-2 Section improved land, 5 miles from Lethbridge; 3 miles from Kipp per acre.. Terms. Illinois-Alberta Realty Company JOHNSON BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 455. 4" MM M T T t T 4 4 M 4 M M 4 T 4 4 M 4 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LAND WITH AN EASY CASH PAYMENT WE HAVE FOR SALE an A.I. within two miles of the liaryfcld-Lethbridge Branch of the C. N. R. All can be broken; is slightly rolling and covered with a good crop of grass. Price only per acre. cash and the balance in four equal annual instalments, with interest at 6 per cent. For this and other bargains apply to the CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 4, 7. Bryan Block. Auto. Phone 101V. P. O. Box 387 while cross-cutting a ledge, passed through and encountered, first a putty seam of decomposed matter, then three feet of silver-lead ore. The strike was made at the end of .1 for- ty foot drift. J. A. Lewis, oE the Dominion l.a Office, having; applied recently for a transfer to some other locality on account of his health, has just receiv- ed word of "his appointment ta the Dominion Lands office at Leth as accountant. Mr. Lewis cair.e to Red .Deer in April, the last four years, having been spent in the Dominion Lands Office here, an-i it is Wm. Oliver Co...............10.0 Miss K. .2 George P. Heath............. i.o H. J. Baldry 2.0 W. J. Todd ...___-. 2.0 .Vuss N. Clayton.............. Miss A. H. Nevin............ i.QO W. H. Glass 2.00 Robert Carr.................. 2.00 J. Langdon.............. 2.00 H.' Littlehrils i.............. 2.00 F. E. Seabrook............... 2.00 Miss A. Church.............. 3.00 Miss Bissett................ 2.00 Ser'gt Siiliker i.oo A Friend........ or A Friend the total change will do him News. with considerable regret that Mr. Lewis' numerous friends hear of his departure for the South, up collected up to .25 date is Seventeen Days Occupied In Making Fourteen Miles on the First Trail Through the Yellowhead Pass by Donald McDonald, One of the Oldest Packers of the West. Edmonton, Feb days i cutting 'through the brush and 'reaking down the snow for fourteen niles over the summit of the Yel- owhead Pass, is the record of Don- Id McDonald, one-of the oldest pack- rs of the'north and west, who has ust returned to Edmonton after a reighting trip to the western slopes f the .Rockies. McDonald left Edmonton on December 17th, with supplies for the C.N.R. surveyors working near Moose ake on the Fraser, 'thirty miles west i of the summit. He reached Edmon- on on return on Tuesday evening, having the first pack trail in he history of man over the summit. There were nine men in his party and they were compelled to break a road or miles through the snow as well as to the Meatt river on the western slope of the mountains. The difficulty of their task may be imagined from the fact that for more than two weeks they did not make an average of a mile a day. This was the second trip, of the old- time packer to the Yellowhead this winter. On his earlier trip about the first of December he used to pack horses. Returning to Emonton the snow was falling fast- in the moun- tains and this determined- the use of sleighs and teams for the second journey. The Snow Was Deep. "The snow was from four to five eet deep through the said Mr IcDonald to the Bulletin yesterday but the weather was mild, and we id not mind the trip. It was slow vork, though, and took us a grea eal of time in working over the sum mit to the western slope." The packer was naturally reticen .bout the work being done by th N. R. engineers, but the informa ion was elicited that a party of 1 were working down the Fraser an Vefe n6W near Moose Lake, whic LOTS IN BLOCK 91 Two on Redpath St. at L S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Blk. 4-H-H-f4-f 4-M-H-f4-f .4 f T T T 4 4 44 T f 4 T 4 M 4 4 4 4 T T T Money to Loan Fire Insurance THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY 1 ACAD1A BUILDNG REDPATH ST. ShihiA Gim quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the throat and lungs. 25 a j While it is often impossible to pre- jvent an accident, it is never impos- i sible to be Is not any one's purse. Invest 25 cents In a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and yeu are prepared for sprains bruises and like injuries. Sold by jail druggists. 1 i I I 1 THEY'RE GOING FAST M t n l I M MMtt lit I Some day, not far distant, you will wish you had shared in the advances these lots will make. Write for blue prints, etc. today, or better, ask us to reserve the best lots still remaining. -f TALK ABOUT SNAPS! WHAT'S THIS 2 lots in business section Westminster Road at ?9QO.OO 4 roomed house on 2 lots, Niven St., at First class shack and lot Xorraan St., at The North Leth- bridge Realty Co. C. S. DONALDSON, Mgr. Westminster Road M t M M M M M 4 M4444444444 4 TELEPHONE 1325 4444444 W. J. LLOYD THE IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO. Have Moved from the Southard Block to 103 SHERLOCK BUILDING C. H. DEVINE IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. 103 Sherlock Block Phone 1353 Lethbridge 4 4 4 4 Fully modern cottage on Eedpath St., near Westminster Ed. will 1-2 feet frontage Phone 11S3 J. I. EAKIN CO. 307 CRABB ST> 4 4 t 4 OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL >T 4 44444M 44444 44 44 4 4 444 M 4 4 M 4 4 f M 4 4 i about thirty miles west of the Tel-' owhead. They are running the line towards Kamloops, from which point other survey parties are working east up -Fraser. Their work is pro- gressing rapidly and it will not be j long 'before a complete survey Jis made that will give a good grade over tne Rockies for the latest trans-con- tinental. An Old-Time Packer. Mr. McDonald, who now makes his headquarters at Lac Ste. Anne, has been engaged in packing north and west of Edmonton for more .than 20 years. He came to Edmonton more than a quarter of a century ago from Winnipeg; and one of his first trips west was to the Jasper House with Dan Noyes, now residing at Noye's Crossing. Since then he has made many trips principally to t the west, and no one is better acquainted with the country than he. He left last night by the C. N. R., wu.i his wife, on a trip to Winnipeg. He will return in the course of week or two, and leave on another! 15 acres close to Rosedale. per acre. One-third cash. Balance 6 and 12 mos. Clear title. All orders receive prompt attention. Agent for Barnes Coal. Tke Golden West Realty Co. 4- Co-Op. Block Crabb Street freighting trip to the mountains. I M M M 4 t M M-M M. M M M M WHY LETHBRIDGE WILL CONTINUE TO GROW I I i NEEDHAM BAKER BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles cast of Lethbridge on the C. P. E. 2 Four Sections Near Warner on Crop Payments Or Will Sell in Two Section lots 1M me Geo. M. Hatch Land Co. 316 Hound St. MMM M MM H M M M M M M M M 4- (Written for The Herald 'by A. Lonn- quist of Lonnquist-Sharp Co.) This is a city of great resources, the most important of which are coal anu wheat. In good times apd bad these are the two world's greatest staples and a district engaged in its production is bound to prosper. A_ city can only grow as the country! around it is capable of development, j and I.can see world of opportunity! in your wheatland and wonderful coal properties surrounding the cityj of-Lethbridge. This cjty is just far] enough away from every other ira-l portant point to insure it as ultimate-! 4- ly becoming a big distributing cen-lT tre. Jnst south of here Is a Mormon 4- settlement engaged in sugar beet 11 raising, an industry which is Just' 4- coming to the front and which should, have every encouragement possible, j The city is ideally located from-at 4444 building site standpoint and if proper 4- stops arc taken to secure suitable lands for boulevard and park purposes it can be made as attractive a city, as any in Canada. But bear in mind that it is the country that makes the; city possible and the country around j Lethbridge is second to none as far; "as resources arc concerned. j East of 2d to 26 in 126, each; terms. Lots 30 to 34 in 12S each; terms. Lots 42 to 49 in 125 each; terms. Lots 6 and 7 ia 960, cash. Lots 9 and 10 and 13 and 14 in Block 24 Duff, facing "Westmin- ster Road, ?350 each; terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK MHHM M M MH 44 M 4 t FOR SALE f .5 acre lots suitable for market gardens, etc. 1 mile south Agricul- 'turrJ Grounds. We arc owners of this land, therefore guarantee price to be much lower than any other the same distance from this city. See us for prices and tanas. F. L WHITNEY COMPANY Leading' Real Estate and Financial Brokers 414 Roundest. P- f ox 377 M M t H H H f M M H H f T T M f M M MM M 4-H H 14- 14- i 4- DESIKABLE RESIDENCE SITE lots in Block E., facing Westminster Road. each. R, V. GIBBONS Co. PHONE 1191 OTT BLOCK 4 T 4 4 T 44 TODAY'S SPECIALS REAL Sections, 2 1-2 miles from Wilson Siding and 3 miles from Stirling. 640 broken, 320 in winter wheat, 320 ready for seeding. Seven miies of fence. houses, 1 barn 34x56, 1 implement shed, 2 wells. This land is level and free from stone. Price Terms easy. acres of choice land close to Dia- mond trade for a modern house in Lethbr'dge or a pair of residential on sewer. Seven roomed house on Crabb St., electric iight. Lot 50 x 240, running through to llodgeirian Street; equal to 4 lots. Price 5700.00 cash; balance to suit purchas- er. GENTS for Rumley steam and gasoline outfits, Cock- shutt plows, drills, discs, wag ons, buggies, Frost Wood haying and harvesting machin- ery, Brantford The Lethbridoe-Weyburn Realty Co, Ltd. Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Hotel ;